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Today, developer YummyYummyTummy released Fallen Legion+, which bundles Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire (a former PS4 exclusive) and Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion (a former PS Vita exclusive), on PC. As is usually the case when a game comes out, the developers released a launch trailer that showcases some gameplay. For those curious about
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Representing the largest update since the game came out, developer MERJ unveiled a brand new update for Floor Kids that resolves a host of requests and bugs that fans of the unique title have been clamoring for. These new improvements include new localization options, sped up card collection, and being able to handle the rare situation where
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Coming alongside the release of the Nintendo Switch early last year (and acting as the final game for the Wii U), it didn’t come as too much of a surprise that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild quickly rose up as one of the most critically-acclaimed titles of 2017, and now Nintendo appears to
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My first introduction to the SaGa franchise was SaGa Frontier 2 on PlayStation, and to this day I consider it one of my all-time favorite RPGs. However, with having limited to no internet access at the time, I was unaware of most titles that came before it; more specifically, the Romancing SaGa trilogy on Super Famicom.
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Nearly five years ago, the Android-based micro-console the Ouya was released. Although it was one of Kickstarter’s early hits, the Ouya was a commercial failure to the gaming market. Two years after its initial launch, the assets were acquired by Razer, Inc. who announced that production for the console would end on July of that year. Since
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Few people can be said to know the Japanese gaming industry as deeply as Hirokazu Hamamura. He is the current president of Weekly Famitsu’s publisher Enterbrain and he had a long tenure as the magazine’s Editor-in-Chief. As such, his connections run far and wide. Regarded by many as an industry legend, Hamamura-san talked about the
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For this week’s DualShockers Community Game Night, we’re playing The Jackbox Party Pack 4. Jackbox has been getting a great reaction on Twitch, so we’re making it a regular thing. Where: https://www.twitch.tv/dualshockerslive/ When: Wednesday, January 3rd at 8:00 pm EDT Here’s the best part: You don’t even need a copy of The Jackbox Party Pack 4 to play. Just join
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Flyhigh Works, known for Nintendo Switch titles like Kamiko and VOEZ, revealed today on Twitter that they are working with Circle Entertainment and Altair Works to bring the turn-based strategy game Ambition of the Slimes to Nintendo Switch in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. According to the developers, the game’s release is “not far
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Grave Danger, a side-scrolling co-op platformer previously available only on Steam, has announced an Ultimate Edition with added features and availability on both PC and current generation home consoles. Grave Danger: The Ultimate Edition adds ten new levels with all-new mechanics including a rideable robotic bird. Of course, the most exciting part about it is that
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Last week, independent developer Atooi confirmed that they would be bringing “at least” three games to the Nintendo Switch this year. Today, they revealed on Twitter that the first of these titles would be their 2D Metroidvania platformer Xeodrifter. Not much else was revealed about the game, with the developers promising “more intel soon,” but
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Today, British independent studio Sumo Digital announced they have acquired CCP Games’ Newcastle Studio. Thirty-four staff members — including Owen O’Brien who will take the mantle of Studio Director — from the garnered game studio will remain in Newcastle as part of Sumo Digital. Managing Director of Sumo Digital Paul Porter considers the acquisition of
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  Welcome to 2018 at DualShockers, and let’s ring in the New Year with our most time-honored tradition: reflecting on the previous year’s game and trying our best to rank them. And what a year 2017 was. Continuing from the practice from previous years, our most important awards — Game of the Year (Readers’ Choice) and Most Anticipated
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Two months ago, Kharon’s Crypt met its Kickstarter funding goal and has now met its stretch goal for a Nintendo Switch port. While there’s still official filing to be done, developers Andromeda Project has confirmed that Nintendo of Europe has already approved the project for release on Nintendo Switch. One major sidenote mentioned is that the Nintendo
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It is already 2018 in Japan, so Japan-based publisher CIRCLE Ent. has revealed their teased January 1 Nintendo Switch announcement: strategy role-playing series Mercenaries Saga will be coming to the latest Nintendo platform. As an even better announcement, the game will be Mercenaries Saga Chronicles — most likely an anthology or remaster of the first three games in the series.
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Developer Dodge Roll took to Twitter to announce that their bullet hell title Enter the Gungeon has sold over 75,000 copies in two weeks on the Nintendo Switch eShop. Enter the Gungeon has sold over 75,000 copies on Nintendo Switch in just two weeks, surpassing all expectations. Thanks to all the new Gungeoneers, Nintendo and 22nd Century
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Development team Atooi’s first Nintendo Switch title, the Mutant Mudds Collection, became available earlier this month via the Nintendo eShop and the team is showing no signs of a slowdown going into 2018. In a tweet by the company’s founder, Jools Watsham, the team apparently has at least three titles planned for Nintendo’s handheld-console hybrid in 2018. Mutant Mudds
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PlatinumGames’ has gained quite the following over the past eleven years from working on a variety of critically acclaimed action-oriented games, but all of them were published by another studio or based on an already established IP. Although they have teased it before, Head of Development and Producer Atsushi Inaba confirmed to GameInformer in an interview that the company is actively
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